Select a company, a supplier, a producer, a not-for-profit organization, a government agency, a community, or a social movement

Week 1 Case Study: Choices, Trade-Off, and Economic Systems Overview Every time we choose to do something (consume it or produce it), we give up doing or gaining something else that could give us a certain level of benefit or satisfaction. Choices exist because of our limited (scarce) resources. Even if you were the richest …

Conduct a brief search of recent articles (within the last five years) related to the effects of changing consumer spending

To prepare for this Discussion: Conduct a brief search of recent articles (within the last five years) related to the effects of changing consumer spending trends in global markets. Your research should examine the opportunities and challenges faced by multinational companies as consumer spending across the globe changes. By Day 5 Post your response to …

As EEC’s corporate business financial analyst, you will need to have a clear understanding of the different types of costs

As EEC’s corporate business financial analyst, you will need to have a clear understanding of the different types of costs (variable, fixed, and mixed) that the company carries. Complete the following for this assignment: Review EEC’s journal activity. Define and identify its variable, fixed, and mixed costs. Determine what affect a sales volume increase or …

Explore a local or state issue in your area, at least one of its causes, and a potential solution.

Explore a local or state issue in your area, at least one of its causes, and a potential solution. The social issue you choose for your topic should be a problem that can be proven to exist and has potential to be solved. Begin by stating a thesis that defines the problem, identifies and evaluates …

You are working to develop an online venture. It is your goal to make a difference. Whether your project is for-profit or not-for-profit

You are working to develop an online venture. It is your goal to make a difference. Whether your project is for-profit or not-for-profit, you must raise revenue (in the case of a not-for-profit you must sustain the cause), so you will need to use one of the online business models. In developing a plan, you …

How is corporate IT governance different from the usual practice? What are the elements of risk analysis?

Please answer the following bulleted questions with at least two paragraphs for each response. · How is corporate IT governance different from the usual practice? What are the elements of risk analysis? To what extent are common risk factors within individual applications and information systems helpful? · What are the different types of audit and …

In what possible ways can an IT auditor collect audit evidence in order to express opinions? List three (3) different techniques for project scheduling. What are computer-assisted audit solutions?

Please answer the following questions with at least 2 paragraphs for each bulleted question. Audit Evidence Process and Strategic Planning In what possible ways can an IT auditor collect audit evidence in order to express opinions? List three (3) different techniques for project scheduling. What are computer-assisted audit solutions? How do you develop a link …

Create a 10- to 12-slide PowerPoint® presentation that summarizes your analysis and goals created. Include the following in your presentation:

Now that you have completed your review of the Strategic Plan for Stevens District Hospital, you have been asked to provide a presentation to the governing board of the hospital. This board is comprised of the president of the hospital, four business leaders from the community, and three leaders of the medical staff. Create a …

Americans are eating “junk” food such as fast food, cookies, and chips in place of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean meats. How, in your opinion, are fast food or junk food items linked to diseases?

Click here to read the article entitled “Overweight and Obesity Statistics” published by the USDHHS. Analyze the article and answer the following: In a paragraph, summarize the article overall. What two things did you learn from this article? After reading this article, what would you tell someone who eats a poor diet and has some …

Discuss two public health programs or interventions in your community that were created to reduce the spread of the infectious disease identified.

Case Study 1 Instructions Public health officials and communities are responsible for investigating infectious disease cases, as well as making sure they control the spread of the disease within the community. Their ultimate goal is to reduce and prevent future occurrences. For the Unit V Case Study, respond to the following. Describe an infectious disease …